Oliver Royale 4300

With only two owners since her commissioning, Bon Vie spent 21 years exploring the Marlborough Sounds, with the current owner relocating the vessel to Marsden Cove early last year.

The Flagship team recently ran the vessel to Auckland, and she is a pleasure to drive. With one helm station on the bridge and one in the saloon, you are spoilt for choice.

The hull and deck are completely balsa-cored fibreglass with two watertight bulkheads, engine bearers and numerous stiffeners glassed to the hull. In other words, this is a rigid, sound, slippery and remarkably silent boat when underway.

Boarding the cockpit, you will appreciate the volume Bon Vie offers for entertaining or fishing with huge underfloor storage. The lockable rear sliding glass door takes you through to the aft galley and sun-drenched saloon. The dinette is to port with space for six people around the table, and the helm is to starboard. Her accommodation is a split V-berth upfront and to port another double bed.

The Flybridge has recently had new covers installed and offered ample seating for your guests when helming from upstairs.



Location: Auckland Make/Model: 4300
Length: 13.10 Meters Year: 1997
Designer: Oliver Boats NZ Builder: Oliver Boats NZ
Engine: Cummins 6BTA5.9-M2 Fuel Capacity: 1200 L
Engine Hours: 2140 Drive (Shaft/Pod/Leg): Shaft
Horse Power: 2 x 315 hp Fuel Type: Diesel
Electrics: Raymarine Electronics: Raymarine C120 GPS/chart plotter Raymarine radar 2 x Auto pilot Autohelm ST 7000
Deck Material: GRP Hull Material: GRP
Batteries: 2 x Start 730 CCA 6 x House 105 AMP/HR Anchor/Winch: Maxwell
Draft: 1.10 m Shower: 1 x Internal; 1 x External
Toilet: 1 x Lectra San Accommodation: Bon Vie has been converted into a three cabin vessel, with a split V-berth cabin and double bed to port.
Refrigeration: Vitrifigo fridge/freezer in galley/saloon Isotherm freezer in cockpit Entertainment: Clarion
Stove: Caprice 4 x gas hobs Caprice gas oven and grill Safety Gear: 1 x Fire extinguishers

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